Since 2003, CARE has implemented the Patsy Collins Trust Fund Initiative (PCTFI) to improve access to and quality of education for marginalized girls across Africa, Asia, and Latin America. In 2015, CARE expanded PCTFI to a third cohort of countries reaching marginalized adolescents, particularly girls, (aged 10-19) in seven countries: Cambodia, Kenya, Mali, Nepal, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, and India. This report outlines the learning relating to ASRHR activities from this multi-country initiative.
Projects reporting impact across all areas of CARE’s Gender Equality Framework are more likely to create lasting change in people’s power and choices. This Learning Behind the Numbers brief showcases some of our top-performing projects and highlights what we can learn from these. Read More
Two years into CARE’s Vision 2030, trends in how we report the gender equality impact of our programming are starting to emerge. This Learning Behind the Numbers brief reflects specifically on how projects are reporting impact against CARE’s Gender Equality Framework and how we can better capture impact in the future. Read More
This learning review of CARE’s Service Systems Strengthening and Social Accountability (4SA) programming for the period 2015-2022 brings together and seeks to unpack the most comprehensive collection of evidence that CARE has thus far reviewed relating to our 4SA work. Read More